Mass Shootings Spur Interest in Coverage

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There were 63 mass shootings in the U.S. in the first two months of 2024, according to the Gun Violence Archive.

The independent data collection and research group, which tracks gun violence incidents, collected daily data from over 7,500 law enforcement, media, government and commercial sources on incidents in which a minimum of four persons were shot. 

Tracking annual data, the organization says there were 656 mass shootings in 2023, 646 in 2022, and 689 in 2021. Mass shootings jumped from 414 in 2019 to 610 in 2020.


“It can be a major wake up call for locals in the area where they realize this could occur at their properties, schools, universities or places of worship. This feeling of vulnerability combined with the prevalence of shootings will typically cause a spike in the demand,” said Seán McCabe, an attorney in the New York office of Anderson Kill P.C. and a member of the firm’s government enforcement, internal investigation and white-collar defense group.

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